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Relief panel  Period: Neo-Assyrian Date: ca. 883–859 B.C. Geography: Mesopotamia, Nimrud (ancient Kalhu) Culture: Assyrian Medium: Gypsum alabaster

Curious about their legs. armour perhaps?Relief panel Period: Neo-Assyrian Date: ca.

Tara, late 9th century India: Bihar, 801–900 Schist Norton Simon Art Foundation

Tara, late 9th century India: Bihar, 801–900 Schist Norton Simon Art Foundation

Tara Verte, XIX siècle, bronze doré, pigments et incrusattions de turqoises, musée nantionale du Bhoutan à Paro.

Green Tara, XIX century gilt bronze pigments and inlaid turquoise, National Museum of Bhutan Paro.

Anahita Goddess | jpg - 8333: Head from a bronze cult statue of Anahita, a local goddess ...

Head from a bronze cult statue of Anahita, a local goddess shown here in the guise of Aphrodite, BC. Found at Satala in NE Asia Minor (Armenia Minor).

Gold Cup  --  Circa 1650-1450 BCE  --  Mycenaean

Gold Cup, c. BCE, Vapheio, Peloponnesus, (Mycenaean) Some Mycenaean artifacts like this one suggest imagery of the Trogan War

Ancient Minoan ring

Gold ring with a depiction of the goddess with a griffin from Phourni, which is the archaeological site of an ancient Minoan cemetery in Crete. The cemetery at Phourni was in use from Early Minoan II to late Minoan IIIC - over one thousand years.

Late-Minoan gold ring (Archeological Museum, Athens), three priestesses, the double-axe, and a tree representing the Goddess

Late-Minoan gold ring (Archeological Museum, Athens), three priestesses, the double-axe, and a tree representing the Goddess